At the launch of Queensline Literature Fest on Thursday evening, Jaya Prada spoke on a wide-range of topics from her Bollywood career to her controversial political stint. “In the MeToo movement, only the victim knows what they went through. They have all my sympathies. At the same time, MeToo is being misused at a lot of places. Hence, I have always maintained a special three-bench should be in place to scrutinise and find out the truth. That’s the best way for the movement.”
Jaya Prada, who has been a part of many hit films like Sharaabi, Tofha and Aulad, said she hasn’t achieved enough in her life yet to consider writing an autobiography.
“I don’t have the courage to write an autobiography because I feel this is just a learning stage and I have to achieve more to write an autobiography. I don’t remember my memorable achievements. Success doesn’t come in a golden platter. The day I can forget all the hurdles in my life, I will have the courage to consider myself eligible for an autobiography.
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27 September, 2019